Fernando Torres Eyed By Juventus Over Summer Move – Should Chelsea Let Him Go?

Alan Duffy

20th, March 2012

9 Comments

By Alan Duffy

It seems that, in order to turn the head of the Bianconeri, all Chelsea striker Fernando Torres had to do was bang in a couple of goals against Leicester City.

According to Goal.com, Serie A giants Juventus are keen to bring the misfiring Spaniard to Turin this summer. The Italians’ sporting director, Fabio Paratici, has apparently been in touch with a member of Torres’ team to discuss a potential move.

Juve’s general director, Giuseppe Marotta, is reported to be keen on an initial one-year loan deal for the Blues’ attacker, with a view to a permanent deal if he settles in Italy.

However, after persisting with Torres for so long, would it be wise for Chelsea to let him go now (well, in a few months), particularly as he has finally started scoring again?

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9 Comments

  1. Archbishop Betty Snagcock says:

    you’re acting like he’s back to form, all he did was knock a couple past a championship side

    sell him, if you can get anything from £15mil get rid

  2. Murray says:

    If I wanted to sell Torres, I’d at least try to get something a little closer to £50 million than just £15.

  3. el_gilbo says:

    As a Liverpool fan i am glad he has had a stinker since leaving the way he did. would be ideal with he could rediscover his talent abroad, i think a deal to swop Torres for Kaka in the summer would suit all four parties even with Torres’s Athletico past?

  4. Tosser says:

    How good are Italians at getting ‘free’ players recently? So smart to just loan and ship them back another year older. “So sorry we would love him, but your valuation is too high…”

  5. Mr. Sparkle says:

    Goal.com? Pies seriously, it’s like using Fox News to learn about socio-economic problems in the United States.

  6. Pkhakheria says:

    Mr Sparkle , yes

  7. Joshua says:

    Mr. Sparkle, I applaud your comment.

  8. ertzh says:

    If I was a Chelsea fan: yes

    But I am not a Chelsea fan, so: keep him

  9. critic says:

    @ertzh
    are u now man city fan?

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